No, Only the people that are on the pitch when the shootout starts are allowed to take a penalty.
when the (soccer) game is in play it is a yellow card.
No. Once a player is substituted for, they may not reenter.
yes, as long as they are still not bleeding
More penalty shootout.
According to the Laws of the Game, this would be sanctioned by cautioning the goalie and the player that switched and showing them both yellow cards.
A game misconduct.
one of the seventeen laws of soccer is do not grab the ball with your hand Do not fight in a soccer game Corner kick Out of bounds Goalie kick Penalty Free kick
In soccer, there is no such thing as a blue card. However, indoor soccer (A similar by distinct sport) uses the blue card to indicate a time penalty for certain fouls. If the goalkeeper receives a blue card, another player will serve that time in their place.
Soccer is played on a field, using your feet, kicking a large ball. Hockey (Ice), is played on an ice rink, using a stick held in your hands, hitting a small, rubber puck. Soccer is played with 11 men. Hockey is played with 5. In soccer, you only get up to 3 subs. In hockey, you change up the players about every 30 seconds. In soccer, when you get a penalty, the other team gets a free kick, and the player who committed the foul could get a yellow card, or a red card (Which ejects you from the match). In hockey, a player who commits a penalty is placed in the penalty box, out of play for a certain period of time (Usually for 2 minutes, but sometimes for 4 or 5, depending on the level of foul). In soccer, a game is referred to as a match. In hockey, it is referred to as a game. In soccer, the field is referred to as a pitch. In hockey, it is referred to as a rink.
Nothing, the penalty is not carried over to the next game (if that's what you're wondering).
A ten minute penalty to be served consecutively with other penalties given at the time of the infraction. A Game misconduct penalty, while a ten minute major, depending on the infraction and the extent of possibly injure to a player the offending player may also be assessed a Game Misconduct-Match Penalty, meaning the player is disqualified (ejected) from the game. However, a Game Misconduct nor a Match penalty is require for a player to be disqualified. A player can be DQ'd on a five minute major penalty for certain infractions.